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    Quote Originally Posted by Quikfeet509
    Do they have crack or meth in China? Doesn't seem like it would be a great market since everyone is rail thin anyway..

    Are you saying all the people you saw in China were rail thin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quikfeet509
    I'm glad that the latter is not true, or else my first meeting with my baby's momma's daddy might have gone a little differently.
    I know the feeling, bro, I know the feeling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakinonioi
    Are you saying all the people you saw in China were rail thin?
    It's pretty common over there. Certainly not universal, but you see it A LOT.

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    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer. Join us... or die

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quikfeet509
    I did keep my hands out of my pockets for the first 15 or so minutes, just in case.
    Did he carry a broom? In any case it's good that you remembered rule number one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_ketchens
    Personally, I think it's probably a good thing she's get the perma ban. She's obviously suffering from some sort of serious problem... can't tell if she's bipolar, or addicted to crack/meth... or schizophrenic, who knows. At any rate, I'd rather not interact with real psycho's. Not afraid of them so much as I'm worried that they'll drop further off the deepend. Honesty is not always the best policy when dealing with someone who is not well.
    I second that. All jokes aside, it's kind of sad to see someone going through all that trouble in stirring **** or lying to the left and right.

    The more I think about it, the more I see her not as a troll, but as someone deeply disturbed and hurt at worst (or with a **** ton of insecurities at best). After the jokes, I though about it and it's just plain sad and disturbing, and other people's problems can really get to you if you keep indulging in the drama.

    Wherever she is, I hope she gets better. No one can be happy with all that lying and trolling. :eusa_sick
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    BJJ might make you a better ground fighter, but Judo will make you a better dancer. Join us... or die

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoardHitBack
    Lu Tze=the sweeper with the deadly deja-fu?
    That's him. Glad I'm not the only Discworld fan here (there is at least one other on the staff I think).

    Lu Tze is a natural bullshidoka, I chose the screen name because of his skepicism towards most of the other MAs on Discworld.
    Okidoki - "just a lot of bunny hops"
    Shiitake - "if I wanted to thrust my hands into hot sand I would go to the seaside"
    Upsidazi - "a waste of good bricks"
    Tung-pi - "bad-tempered flower-arranging"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakinonioi
    Are you saying all the people you saw in China were rail thin?


    Not all, more like 99.9%.


    But I was in Chengdu. It was hot and the food was hot. I ate everything I could and I lost 20 lbs in 5 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lu Tze
    Lu Tze is a natural bullshidoka, I chose the screen name because of his skepicism towards most of the other MAs on Discworld.
    Teehee- the name has seemed familiar a couple times I've seen it, I never gave much thought. Just re-read thief of time and it clicked. His scorn and scepticism towards "TMA" and focus what acutally works could be a bullshido manifesto. It is precisely why he also is the reason for rule one.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lu Tze
    Okidoki - "just a lot of bunny hops"
    Shiitake - "if I wanted to thrust my hands into hot sand I would go to the seaside"
    Upsidazi - "a waste of good bricks"
    Tung-pi - "bad-tempered flower-arranging"

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    Sometimes threads on bullshido DO get annoying since there will be a flame war before everyone goes back on topic.

    BUt it's FAR more informative then alot of martial arts websites, plus all the conflict and disagreement and dislike is out in the open. In some websites it's this silent political game.

    Some forums you can actually get in trouble posting link to bullshido.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAAhmed46
    Sometimes threads on bullshido DO get annoying since there will be a flame war before everyone goes back on topic.
    BUt it's FAR more informative then alot of martial arts websites, plus all the conflict and disagreement and dislike is out in the open. In some websites it's this silent political game.
    It is beautiful isn't it? But seriously you can only see what ideas work or don't if you throw them together pretty hard. Formal kata-like discussions are jut dead patterns, yeah:thumbsup:

    Quote Originally Posted by AAAhmed46
    Some forums you can actually get in trouble posting link to bullshido.

    I am amused. Some people will find any excuse not to have their minds changed.

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